Emotional and Mental Resilience in the Workplace

Gartner, 8 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8BB
Monday 13th January 2020 6:00pm to 9:00pm Add to my calendar
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Personal resilience – our ability to bounce back quickly – is fundamental to thriving and succeeding in the workplace…and the good news is that it can be developed, through adopting positive habits and techniques.

In this lively and interactive seminar, we will explore how to manage both our emotions and our inner ‘self-talk’, to ensure our minds remain open to creativity, problem-solving and growth. We will practice a number of ‘go to’ tools and techniques, so that positive and resourceful behaviours become everyday habits, both in the workplace and beyond.

Key take aways:

  • To investigate how our emotional responses are triggered
  • To practice a technique to help manage powerful emotions
  • To recognise five themes for identifying unhelpful thought patterns
  • To practice two tools for replacing these thought patterns with more helpful ones


6.00pm - Arrival & Registration

6.30pm - Speaker - Julia Philpott

8.00pm - Networking drinks

9.00pm - Close

Julia Philpott:

Following a corporate career with Ford Motor Company, Virgin Atlantic and Tiger Beer, Julia Philpott became a self-employed executive coach 12 years ago, working with organisations such as UK Sport, Santander, McLaren, Nissan and Sky… and a diverse mix of clients, including an army colonel and the team leader of a Grand Prix pit crew!Julia has a Masters Diploma in Executive Coaching and a degree in Psychology from the Open University. As well as one-to-one coaching, she regularly runs workshops, seminars and small group coaching sessions. Her particular areas of expertise are resilience and women in leadership.

When she’s not doing all that, Julia loves hiking with her family and cooking and eating good food. She is also a classical musician and plays the oboe for the Dorking Chamber Orchestra.

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Priya Pandit on 16th January 2020

great insighful event, thank you

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